The classes run in 8 week terms,  classes can be started at any time with the payment reflecting the number of…

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Ayurvedic Consultation

Initial Consultation: The consultation is best done face to face. 60 minutes in duration. It is essential that in advance of…

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Private Tuition

Rather like a personal trainer you can accelerate your learning experience of yoga with private tuition. A private lesson is great way…

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A warm welcome to my website. I am an Iyengar Yoga Teacher and Ayurvedic Nutrition and Lifestyle Practitioner. I live and work in Menston and the surrounding Wharfedale area. I love teaching yoga and helping people embrace an Ayurvedic approach to life. I feel very privileged to be on this path and able to support others with their work health and wellbeing journey

Being a Certified Iyengar Yoga Level 3 reflects my continuous professional development as a yoga teacher. I am also a qualified therapeutic teacher. Iyengar one of the world’s most widely-practiced forms, emphasises correct alignment of all parts of the body within each yoga pose. This precision builds strength and stamina, balance and flexibility, and a new sense of well being.

As an Ayurvedic Nutrition and Lifestyle Practitioner I support clients with their health and wellbeing. I am a member of the Ayurvedic Practitioners Association UK. I hope you enjoy my website, please get in touch if you would like to discuss your Yoga or Ayurvedic needs.

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Life Balance – Time for Rest

Posted By gd_support  Posted On 15-Oct-2020

As we head towards winter, the days becoming shorter and colder, most wildlife either hibernating, migrating or just physically move more slowly. This is reflected in nature as it too slows down, trees shedding…

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What is Yoga?

Posted By Jo Lovell  Posted On 16-Jan-2018

What is Yoga? Yoga is a timeless  pragmatic science that has evolved over thousands of years. It deals with the physical, moral, mental and spiritual wellbeing of man as a whole. The word yoga is derived from the Sanskrit root yuj meaning to…

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The Invocation to Patanjali

Posted By Jo Lovell  Posted On 16-Jan-2018

The invocation is traditionally chanted before the beginning of class to pay our respects to Patanjali, the sage who in around 200 BC, systematised yoga in the Yoga Sutras which were previously conveyed orally. There are…

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